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Help with My 1991 Lude'

Discussion in 'Prelude' started by King_PLude, Feb 5, 2007.

  1. King_PLude

    King_PLude New Member

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    Hello,

    I have a 1991 Honda Prelude Si. It has a DOHC and a 2.1L Engine. I have a few questions that I was hoping you all could answer.

    1. I am looking at a Headers- Chikara Performance Steel Headers : JC Whitney: Auto Parts & Accessories

    First of all, how much will they help my car and secondly, They come in Ceramic Coated for $530 and Black Painted Steel for $240. The ceramic cost alot more but are they really worth it? Which would be better?

    2.I am also looking at this exaust system for my car.
    Thermal POLISHED STAINLESS STEEL CAT-BACK PERFORMANCE SINGLE EXHAUST SYSTEMS : JC Whitney: Auto Parts & Accessories

    what do all of you think? would it be a nice chaice? Yes or no and why?

    3.I am also Looking at this cold air intake
    Weapon-R SECRET WEAPON AIR INTAKE SYSTEMS : JC Whitney: Auto Parts & Accessories

    What do you all think of these parts? How much will they help my car? Thank you in advance for the help.
     
  2. 1Funryd

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    Just get the black painted one its no different in performance, just looks ugly after the paint burns off in the first 15 minutes.

    You could strip the paint of yourself and repaint it with some better high temp paint. Its cheaper that way.


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    Any aftermarket cat back system is better than stock, don't be fooled people who say one is better than the other, its all about quality vs cost and looks. Its up to you on what you want to spend.

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    And as for aftermarket intake this is the most efficient way, but everyone has their own opinion.

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  3. AutoExpert

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    They are pretty good CAIs. Mine is this Weapon R Cold Air Intake. They’re good enough for me. I never had any problems with them yet.
     
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